Pforzheimer Public Service Fellowships provide funding for public service projects in the U.S. or abroad in the year after graduation. Projects must be at least four months in duration. Preference is shown for projects with direct impact on communities served. Grants usually range from $5,000 to $15,000, depending on project length and budgetary need. Richardson Fellowships provide funding for year-long postgraduate public service projects in the U.S. or abroad. Fellowships are intended to support the pursuit of concrete experience with the sort of public service problems or issues students... Read more about Postgraduate Public Service Application Deadline (12noon)
The British Teaching Fellowship offers an opportunity for an American student from Harvard to spend a school year as a teacher and member of the community in one of England's finest "Public Schools" (as Preparatory Schools are called in England).
Gardner Fellowships provide a year of purposeful postgraduate travel for Harvard students to supplement their formal education through immersion in a foreign culture. Shaw Fellowships provide a year of purposeful postgraduate travel in Europe for Harvard students to supplement their formal education. Application is now open to men and women. Sheldon Prize Fellowships provide for a year of purposeful postgraduate travel abroad, to foster meaningful intellectual and personal development. Candidates must have a Harvard GPA of 3.47 or better. Trustman Fellowships provide for a year of purposeful... Read more about Postgraduate Traveling Fellowship Application Deadline (12noon)